Learning about the faith as a family

Learning about the faith as a family

By Katherine Long | Editor “Catechesis means ‘to echo or resound the teachings’ — the teachings of Jesus. The aim of catechesis has always been ‘to put people not only in touch, but in communion, in intimacy, with Jesus Christ’...
‘CPR’ revives catechesis amid pandemic

‘CPR’ revives catechesis amid pandemic

Challenges are met with creativity, prayerfulness, and realism By Tom Maguire | Associate editor Driveways and doorsteps are the new outposts of catechesis in the coronavirus pandemic. “We tried to think of ways to engage families with St. Ambrose and their...
Technology proves vital in catechesis programs

Technology proves vital in catechesis programs

By Katherine Long | Editor From tablet computers to YouTube videos, modern technology has long been a key component of catechesis efforts in the diocese. Over the past 10 months, the social distance required to combat the coronavirus pandemic has only reinforced the...
Office of Catechesis: Committed to evangelize, educate, empower

Office of Catechesis: Committed to evangelize, educate, empower

By Andrea Slaven | Director of the Office of Catechesis A little over one year ago, the Office of Faith Formation was renamed the Office of Catechesis. With that change, we are excited to unveil the new office logo and the meaning behind the symbols embedded within...

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